Andy Cohen is a lifelong fan of the St. Louis Cardinals — so much so that he named his beloved dog Wacha after Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha. Now, the universe has gifted the team with an unofficial kitten mascot.
According to CBS Sports, the Cardinals were losing to the Kansas City Royals until a little grey, black and white kitten sauntered onto the field in the sixth inning to change the luck of the game.
The kitten didn't want to leave the field and appears to have bitten and scratched a groundskeeper who scooped it out of the way, all to the cheers and awws of the crowd. It was a distraction to the game for sure, but after it happened, the Cardinals' Yadier Molina scored a grand slam and the team eventually won. Surely that's worth a few painful claws?
Unfortunately, it looks like the kitten, which fans have taken to calling the "rally cat," may have slipped into the night after the game. If you're in the St. Louis area, keep your eyes peeled.
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